Others may say classroom animals is a perfect way for great learning experiences, like how to care and nurture for them, but I firmly contradict with this statement, a classroom is a terrible place to keep an animal. Its bad for the kids and extremely bad for the pets. First and foremost, schools are not the best place for a animal. Shown in the article of “What’s the Problem With Classroom ‘Pets’?” it says, “When sensitive animals are confined to small cages or tanks in classrooms, their needs are rarely met and their natural instincts can’t be accommodated” (paragraph 4). This demonstrates that pets are just like us, and when they are not in their natural habitat or home they can not learn new things and will not be able to experience the real animal life.
It seemed as though he did not fully appreciate the new opportunities he was given through his knowing how to read and write. However, like Malcolm he did understand the value of literacy even if it took years for him to develop. For the key to success in given in the pursuit of literacy and the power it
This demonstrates that pets are just like us, and when they are not in their natural habitat or home they can not learn new things and will not be able to experience the real animal life. Would you like to sit in a small cage for long periods of time, and not be able to do anything? Another example of why schools should not have class pets is in the article of “Pass On the Classroom Pet” it says, “Busy, noisy classrooms can be stressful, and small animals can be very adept at hiding symptoms of illness or injury (a lifesaving attribute when trying to avoid predators in the wild, but less
Many of the words they said are remembered by the U.S today. Mr. King once said, “Courage is the power of the mind to overcome fear,” I realize not only did he stand up for the people, but he stood up to his fears. day after day. He stood up to his fears when others were not ready to do the same. Mr. King encouraged others to live a fearless life through his speeches, sermons and his actions.
This class has a special place in my heart and I only been in there two times. I felt that the children were very well behaved than most children. It was a bit shocking. All of them were extremely respectful of their teacher. I am excited to continue observing this class the next couple weeks.
You are my creator, but I am your master; obey” (Shelley 114). This quote shows how adamant he is that Victor follows through and stays true to his work. The determination seen through the monster’s struggles and journeys is a characteristic of a hero. A hero never gives up or if he does, it takes a lot of motivation or trial to stop him/her from continuing on his/her
“Power never takes a back step only in the face of more power”, he encouraged his followers to have power and carry themselves high never let anyone have more power over you than yourself. Whenever Malcolm gave a speech he had so much energy and passion “ Malcolm X electrified urban audiences with his eloquent pose and inspirational style”. Martin Luther King even said that his “ charismatic and eloquent ways could convince you of anything”. Malcolm X laid the foundation for black power movements (HistoryToday.com) and open up doors for many
Martin Luther King successfully addresses all his beliefs and wishes blended in the use of metaphors, anaphora, and allusions to create the appeal of pathos. His effective use of rhetorical devices clearly allows him to captivate his audience’s emotions by “hitting” them with the dark and naked truths of racial injustice of their fellow citizens. King exploits the unfulfilled promises of the land and manifest how African Americans are deprived from their rights. Flash forward to 2018, and those promises are yet not fulfilled. His speech is congested with rhetorical devices and figurative language that truly captivate any reader’s attention with cases that prove how unfair America can be, regardless of documentations that state equality among all.
Then I simply waited for the professor to show up. About a year before, I was a sophomore in high school. My father and I sat down on those uncomfortable foldable metal chairs. Across from us was my geometry teacher. It was parent-teacher conferences.
However, there many times when opening the window supplies almost no relief from the temperature in the room. In response, the professor turns the air condition on. I may not be an electrician, but having (the heat box) and the air condition on in rooms and floors is not sensible. Also, the two being on is a waste of electricity that the university has to pay. As of now, the university is already paying the costly expense of this issue right now.